SIMMONS ■pr m- gw»i x »(r : ♦*►*-*-- *fc K. * .**■ 1 1 ^V*-V-'.V JMtt "' ■«» '-* •ttff.T; - - ■•--■ • Hi nip* V Senior Year . . . having a single . . . the Quad all dug up . . . internships, seminar, and independent studies . . . Indian summer in Nov. and Dec. . . . resume writing . . . GRE, LSAT, GMAT, MCAT . . . applying to graduate schools . . . time passing so quickly . . . registering for the last time . . . the last tuition bill . . . interviewing ... 83 Days to Graduation Party at Who's On First . . . HI |j B * HSr"*— *—' ' jBH^i. 1 i v.; KB •■• ,::: 'fi. '•*. >ss MM f9§^** ^B •• a " SJ! * , I " 5 TOui ■ '' WL -. • v ■fiP r#"W^P?2P -».. 1 IIH . P5 finding a graduation speaker . . . rejection letters . . . profs bringing the wine to Senior-Faculty Banquet . . . praying for sun at Commencement . . . finding an apartment . . . finding a job . . . HUG campaign . . . waiting for Microcosm to come in . . . Senior Week . . . packing up 4 years of stuff . . . Commencement . . . saying goodbye for the last time. Winter Weekend February 18-19 'im\ A B """ \1 ^B J ^^^^^^E^^H 't, ^k\\ H «^^l P^Su Xir^L m " «H B^K/1 l\\^* T* Ehjm ^•v^wT su ^^1 4 Father-Daughter Weekend ONCfTnTT^' RM? ff m$ JB, ■ * k ttJ»l >- 1^1 ^- k .., . ' L 1 4 3WT Yt> ^^k\ M |^ '9. ;r /^^9i p T February 25-27 Champagne Reception . . . panel discussions, "Father-Daughter relationships' exploring Boston together . . . semi-formal at the Sheraton-Boston . . . brunches at Bartol and Pres. Holmes' house. 1 i\ 4 ■ * > < • lei 1 f V T ■.- ■ 1^ sjk m 1 ^ 91 _ i I 8 Photographs and Memories of All the Love You Gave to Me . . . hiking in New York and waking up in a thunderstorm ... he was always there for me, he has been the greatest influence on my life . . . vacation in Norway ... a warm, truthful relationship ... a skiing trip to Ragged Mt. when Dad helped me down the hardest trail . . . flying kites together on Crane's Beach . . . going out every Sunday for bagels . . . finally finding out who you are and that I love you very much . . . our talks in the car, the love and direction you've often given me . . . the constant "encouragement" and the proud expressions on my father's face when I've succeeded . . . just being my Daddy. The day the doctor said "You have a beautiful baby girl" . . . sitting on my knee . . . pushing her carriage up the hill in a snow storm showing my 3-month beauty off to the world . . . slamming fingers in car doors and breaking arms . . . being so proud of all your achievements . . . becoming aware of my daughter's courage, good sense, and determination ... All the years are one wonderful memory. 10 / love you! prime rib served by waitresses . . . faculty providing wine . . . students providing more wine . . . corks popping . . . Departmental Awards . . . Friends, seniors and faculty, providing warmth and friendship. 13 14 Spring Spree April 30 Simmons Rocks This Town One-day Bonanza . . . Marshmallow-stuffing, Coke relay, and Water balloon catch contests . . . DLQ, Gordie Milne, beer, and 3000 people . . . Dorm booths . . . Excitement and Enthusiasm. 16 17 May Day Bugle call at 6 am . . . Maypole dance by the sophomores . . . Dedication of senior class gift, a bench . . . 18 Strawberry shortcake and champagne breakfast. • rte A 4$ ^ fit PJj ^^^9 1 E^Hp/^f**^ ' [fc^W>lBEp| r. fcllEjV2£fi |JH , i 1* *} f \L 1 ' ■■Eii' ' i 1 * dJ <- " v ■_. , ** ^""fr^— *-^^Bfc^^ ti 9\jgQ& ^A r ^ A Igl •* m- 1 Deirdre Donovan Communications and Philosophy Lucille Gaita NABW Diane Gemelli Kolson Management Phyllis Noll NABW i *= ' L ,vl%*. Linda C. Peterson Chemistry AMY ALLEN 76 Taft Road Portsmouth, NH 03801 JEAN COLE 14 Hackensack Ct. Chestnut Hill, MA 02167 DEIRDRE DONOVAN 36 Holmes Lane Milton, MA 02186 CAROL FINNEGAN 63 Cortland Lane Boxborough, MA 01719 LUCILLE GAITA 241 Grant Avenue Totowa, NJ 07512 MARIE GRIMALDI 5 Norton Road Quincy, MA 02169 ANN MARIE HARRISON 259 Cottage Road South Portland, ME 04106 SALLY LAY 12485 Archery Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70815 PHYLLIS NOLL 110 Grandview Blvd. West Lawn, PA 19601 KARLYN SMITH 2215 Watts Lane Richmond, VA 23223 MARCIA STEITZ 4 Carriage Hill Lane Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 Karlyn Smith NABW Pamela Totten Management 19 SENIOR WEEK May 17-22 Kick-Off Party at Sterling's Tuesday Thursday Kick-Off Party Movie Night — "Night Shift" Wednesday Friday Nantucket Trip Commencement Ball Saturday Senior Toast Sunday Commencement Brunch *T^ ~ .. ' ^ i 20 21 Overnight to Nantucket 23 Commencement Ball I tm - ^Jt, ' . mi «J '^ 1 V 71 , 25 Commencement Sunday, May 22 Commencement Day here at last! . . . brunch in Bartol . . . line-up at 11:15 a.m. in the Fens . . . seeing the pride in our family's faces . . . breezes through our tassles . . . sun on our backs . . . clouds approaching overhead . . . smiles on our faces . . . getting that sheepskin. 27 Address by Evelyn Murphy . . . "plan a career deliberately, thoughtfully, and over time . . . there's nothing inevitable about such (economic) advance . . . put your whole being behind an effort . . . many, many people want to see women succeed . . . It's time for women to share in the responsibility for society's fortunes . . . Dare to dream about what you can become. Pursue what feels like 'the right thing to do' with integrity, hard work, and commitment." LLLU b 28 899 983 Remarks by Julie Russin . . . "We don't have to take on masculine qualities in order to attain positions formerly held by men ... we have something to offer that is unique ... we cannot afford to imitate man's subjugation of women, or our true equal rights will never be achieved." Academy Marcela Aguiluz Heather Anderson Bernice Chafetz Becky Clock Karen Courchene Monica Farinella Carol Finnegan Mary Jo Foley Colleen Gage Lucille Gaita Noreen Gately Robin Gilmore Carol Hannigan Sharyn Hardy Elizabeth Hess Paula Kissell Carolyn Milroy Kathleen Mitchell Maryanne Noris Susan Powers Wendy Roth Joanne Sullivan Barbara White *«% 30 Honorary Degrees Evelyn Murphy Massachusetts Secretary of Economic Affairs David McCord Author COLLEGE HYMN by Sarah Arnold Hail, Alma Mater! We pledge our love to thee, Bring thee our hearts and hands full of loyalty. Praising thy counsel and trusting thy truth, Lift we our song to thee: Oh guide thou our youth! Lift we our song to thee: Oh bless now our youth! Make us, thy children, generous and just. Send us to labor when leave thee we must, Ready for service and worthy of trust. Hail, Alma Mater! Thy praises we sing. One in allegiance our tributes we bring, Fair shall thy name be, trusted to our care, For thy dear sake our lives shall be more fair, For thy dear sake our lives shall be more fair. Make us, thy children, strong and pure and just. Send us to labor when leave thee we must, Ready for service and worthy of trust. 31 Though we all came to Simmons for different reasons, And had so many different experiences here Though we all leave Simmons with different ambitions, And will have so many different experiences out there We share one accomplishment: Simmons College. While we say good-bye today, And start on the next phase of our life, While we smile and hug and cry and laugh, And realize that we've made it, We have one final thought: Thank You. To those who have touched our lives, And made us more enriched, To those who have given us their all, And inspired us to give in return, We are grateful for the interaction: Caring. For emotional and economic support that got us to today, Thank you Mom, Dad, Honey, and Family; For providing the atmosphere to inspire our growth and thought, Thank you Simmons — your profs and administration; We never would have made it without you: Success. Because of all the shared experiences, the friendship, competition, frustration, and accomplishments, Because of the memories that will last, even when the details fade, We give our warmest thanks to each other: New Alumnae! The Class of 1983 Goodbye and Warmest Thanks. f **?' Wmi '<*"¥ ^_*s-* .... . .*•* il*' - t-WSm m — : ' <5- r* * ^ "nn llll . f ii m. - -* — L -HJIIF l rt * — W 1 1 ^m* M"""<>V in | l! t> i« . Ill 300 The Fenway Boston, Massachusetts 1983 SIMMONS COLLEGE 1983 MICROCOSM STAFF Editor-in-Chief Sharyn E. Hardy '83 Photography Editor Julie May '83 Circulation Manager Jacqueline Reilly '83 Layout Editor Lauri Wilson '85 Advertising Editor Eileen Spillane '83 Copy Editor Mary Jo Foley '83 Patrons and Fundraising Manager Debra Williams '83 Senior Section Editor Ann Gardner '85 Business Manager Elizabeth Sabel '84 General Staff Anne Viafora '86 Tracy Birnie '84 Margie Hoare '85 Karen Tabak '83 Karen Mason '85 Christine Schell '85 Photography Meg McCarthy '83 Pier Plazeski '85 Jennifer Shapiro '86 Jessica Baldi '85 Patty Mahon '84 Suann Peterson '86 Advertising Sarah Gregory '86 AH Adrienne Zariski '85 Stephanie Schueler '86 Faculty Advisor Virginia Bratton Senior Portraits Hookailo Studios Printing Herff Jones John Carrier, representative We would like to thank the Simmons College Archives, especially Megan Sniffin, for providing the historical photographs and the Office of Public Information for allowing us access to then- photo files. Faculty 81 Organizations Directory, Patrons, Advertisements 157 "It is my will to found and endow an institution to be called Simmons Fe- male College, for the purpose of teach- ing (those) branches of art, science, and industry best calculated to enable the scholars to acquire an independent live- lihood ... " — John Simmons 1867 I . *w t ■ v Simmons Life . . . women . . . professional- ism . . . personalized atmosphere . . . red tape . . . faculty who care . . . waiting in registration lines . . . waiting in line to get your ID . . . waiting in line to buy books . . . MCB, W, E, C, S, L — ? . . . security . . . tuition and term bills . . . financial aid . . . finding a part-time job . . . papers, quiz- zes, exams . . . liaisons, organizations, and activities . . . Pass/Fail or A, B, C, D, F . . . GPA and the new grading system . . . the grid scheduling system . . . thinking (wor- rying) about the future . . . ranking on ev- erything that isn't too bad . . . iu MJLMT Fall Fest and Spring Spree . . . higher tu- ition . . . ADD/DROP . . . growing and un- derstanding others . . . becoming indepen- dent. Freshman Year . . . Orientation Week . . . meeting your roommate, SA, & HR . . . placement exams . . . "trying out" the MIT frat parties . . . meeting upperclass- men . . . exploring Boston . . . Red Sox games . . . going to the Cask for the first time . . . gym . . . going home for the first time . . . Parents' Weekend . . . eating our way to the "freshman 15" . . . meeting people . . . Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden. 8 Sophomore Year . . . September Show- down parties broken up by the Boston po- lice . . . alcohol coming to Quadside . . . deciding on a major . . . changing your major (a number of times) . . . Father- Daughter Weekend and the dinner-dance at the Sheraton . . . May Day — bugle call at 6 a.m. and a strawberry shortcake and champagne breakfast. \ 9 ' HI 4 ■ Lb m r^M— 3b «j| ppw ' > Junior Year . . . lots of work . . . being asked advice . . . really deciding what to do with our lives . . . WSIM at dinner . . . Valentine's Ball at the Sheraton . . . the blizzard of April 1982 . . . elephants and camels on the Quad during Spring Spree . . . watching the seniors go. 11 12 Boston ... the "t" . . . Park Street . . . Faneuil Hall . . . MIT, MCP, Harvard. BU, Northeastern, BC, Wentworth, Wheelock, Emmanuel, Mass. Art, Emerson, etc., etc . . . .watching the seasons change . . . Fi- lene's Basement . . . the theatres . . . the Coop . . . being careful . . . the North End (yum) . . . Chinatown . . . Newbury Street . . . Logan Airport . . . Boston Public Li- brary . . . Steve's Ice Cream, Haagen Dazs, Emack and Bolio's, Bailey's, Bra- mare . . . museums . . . the Hub. Jv 13 Our Majors . . . caring people . . . books, books, books ... lab courses and language labs . . . seeing a baby born (nursing) . . . the MIA game (management) . . . 50-page papers . . . small and personal classes . . . carrels in S430 (chemistry) . . . 14 attending class through the summer (PT) . . . broadening our perceptions of the world . . . the 5th floor of the library (com- munications) . . . Microcosm: a little world that is the epit- ome of a larger world or universe. Back in August 1 979, over 400 seventeen and eighteen year olds anxiously entered Simmons' gates, looking forward to the collegiate experience that they had heard about and dreamed of. After losing some classmates and gaining others, we are about to leave Simmons to take out places in civic, professional, and higher educational positions. For four years we have attended classes here in which we have sharpened our skills to function in these positions. But to be truly prepared, it has taken more than what the classroom has had to offer — it has taken involvement in other activities and coopera- tion with others. Simmons has had many of the things to make a well-rounded person. For the Student, there have been the diverse courses, books, and infinite papers and exams. For the Athlete, there have been sports teams and the Fenway Cup compeition. The Artist /Performer has had groups in which she could express her creativity. The Participant could engage in numerous activities and organizations. And Everyone has had Boston in which she could do just about anything. We on the Microcosm staff have worked very hard to make this edition capture the essence of the Simmons community. We hope that this Microcosm will bring back your feelings about Simmons each time you look through it. After all, like it or not, we owe a part of ourselves — some growth and maturity — to Simmons. We have shared good times and friendship as well as difficult times and worries. Together we have learned and experienced a lot. Each day now will be a new adventure for us, a time to achieve the things that we have always dreamed of doing. As we each go our separate ways, we will carry a bit of one another with us. It is time for us to get involved to make things succeed, instead of complaining about how things happen. With a little maturity, a little respect, a little cooperation, and a lot of patience we can accomplish miracles. I wish you the best in accomplishing yours! See you at our reunions, < SX^uy^-^ ^H&s^z^- Sharyn E. Hardy Editor-in-Chief c. T T Q> Marcela Aguiluz Management and Finance Heather Ann Anderson Mathematics and Economics Theresa Babineau OPEN — Satellite Technology Lynn M. Audette Communications 19 Gisela G. Bauerle International Management 20 Lori A. Berkovitz Physical Therapy 21 JoAnne G. Blomstrom Management and Finance 22 Gerda Maria Cahill Nursing 23 Diane Capoverde Women's Studies and Sociology Amy J. Ceraso Retailing Christina Maria Cicalis Nursing Elissa-Beth Lynda Chapnik Mathematics and Management 24 Norma Marie Cirillo Physical Therapy Maribeth Clemente International Management Mona R. Cotton Management 25 Jerri L. Connolly Finance and Accounting Joanne Costantino Physical Therapy Susan Lynn Cooper International Management Tracy Corleis Mathematics and Management Ann Marie Coughlin Communications and Public Relations 26 Elizabeth A. Crandall Management Linda M. Craig Communications Patricia Ann Crawford Art History 27 Lyn Dally Advertising 28 Maria Ines DeSousa Nutrition Elizabeth A. DeVita Nutrition 29 Kathleen L. Earabino Nursing 30 Kathryn Engstrom Management and Finance Shatyn Finkel Human Services Donna Marie Ferlito Physical Therapy 31 Maty Jo Foley Communications 32 Shawna R. Fraser Communications Noreen Gately Physical Therapy Sharon Marie Garlitz Government and Public Relations 33 Doreen Lynn Gaulin Physical Therapy Theresa C. Gibbons OPEN — Day Care Center Management and Educa- tional Psychology Suzanne Gerow Retailing 34 Patricia E. Gillette Physical Therapy Robin Pamela Gilmore Management, Finance, and Accounting Elisa B. Gilson Chemistry and Pharmacy Laura Jean Glennon Nursing 35 Lauren Dell Gourlay Finance 36 Lucie S. Habosian Advertising 37 Ann Marie Harrison Psychology and Public Relations Sharyn Elizabeth Hardy Management and Finance 38 Ruth Hirsch Physical Therapy 39 Christine Houlihan Economics Martha Elizabeth Ikerd International Management and Finance Kerry Jeanne Huard Physical Therapy and Psychology Shaun Marie Huntley Retailing and Management Linda Ann Imbergamo Management and Sociology 40 Patricia M. Imbrogna Physical Therapy Margaret Mary Isaacson Physical Therapy 41 Elizabeth Ann Joyce Public Relations Melissa Joseph Management and Finance 42 Patricia Ellen Kavanagh Communications k_ Alice G. Keck Economics Amy Kellem Economics and Government Elaine Barbara Kennedy Mathematics Carolyn M. Kemmett History and Art 43 Grace Kim Communications and English 44 Judith C. Koskinen French and Communications Gretchen Klein International Management and Mathematics Ellen J. Kupchick Human Services and Government Laura A. Lahrmann Communications 45 Valerie Nicole Lambrou International Relations and Spanish Deborah A. LeBlanc Nursing Cheryl Lynn Levin Human Services 46 Jacqueline M. Levine Advertising and Spanish Amy Susan Lift Management 47 Theresa Ludwig Physical Therapy 48 Susan R. Lydon Nursing Carol MacKinnon Government Gayle MacEachern Management and Communications Janine A. MacLeod Mathematics 49 Maty E. Maistros Management and Economics Sharon Barbara Manasevit Human Services Joyce Virginia Makara Government ^H Laurice Maloley Management and Women's Studies Lauren Manshel Government and Economics 50 Maty Ellen Matrone Sociology and Human Services Corinne McAlvanah Retailing 51 Kathleen A. McDonald Communications and Sociology 52 Heather Mcllreath History and Government 53 Maureen Ann Michaels Human Services 54 Graciela E. Moreno Sanchez Management Cynthia Dean Mitchell Advertising Ann Marie Morey American Studies Beatrice Morse English and Philosophy 55 Jill Wendy Nevins Government and History 56 Matyanne Noris Biology and Chemistry Victoria Noyes English 57 Rita B. (Ridette) O'Brien Physical Therapy 58 Nancy Ann Paston Communications and Management Susan Pawlowski Public Relations, Management and Government 59 Erin Jane Powell Management 60 Lisa Elaine Ramsey Biology and Communications Susan Ann Raizen Advertising 61 Jacqueline Anne Reilly Management Michon M. Reiling Management and Science 62 Deborah J. Robie Mathematics and Elementary Education Anne B. Rittenberty Economics 63 Wendy Beth Rogovin Psychology and Human Services Carla Maria Romero Retailing Nancy Sue Rozen Sociology Karen Roope Management and Accounting 64 Julie Russia nternational Relations and Government Debra C. Rubenstein Sociology Adele Ruth Rubenstein Physical Therapy Debra L. Sadugor Management 65 Susan Marie Scali Chemistry and Mathematics Sarah Schlosser Art History 66 Joanne Sinewick Physical Therapy 67 Joanne Sluszka Finance and Economics Marjorie Hurd (Bonnie) Smith Communications and History Eileen J. Spillane Communications • * ■ i :4 ™ c ^-j^^^B * ■ 9f f. *& fct Ni.Li. > % * < \ Laurie Springer Finance Patti Smith Management 68 Joanne Sullivan American Studies 69 Karen S. Tabak Government and International Relations Pamela J. Talanian Communications 70 ,'■ ''■■■: '-' ''' Mary Tiberi Nursing Cheryl Lynn looker Psychology Helene Tomlinson International Relations and Government Teri Lee Travis Nursing Susan Traverso History and Communications 71 Anne Frances Tzetzo Government and English Nancy Crane Turnier Nutrition Karen A. Trudeau Nutrition 72 Jeanne Marie Wallace Communications 73 Melissa Jane Weeks Communications Barbara Jean White Communications and Spanish Maureen A. Whitley Management Ann Marie Wise Retailing Debra J. Williams Government and Secondary Education 74 Debra L.S. Yampol OPEN _ // , u .r ; Penny J. Wurtz International Management Gabrielle Ann Zale Communications and Art Connie Zujevic Chemistry and Philosophy Teena D. Zoulas Communications and English 75 u ta iA Hx^-^ ■ Ljui 76 77 78 No one needs to be told that life at Simmons has changed incredibly over the years. But just how much the rules and regulations have evolved can best be seen by flipping through the college handbooks. The bible-sized handbook for the Class of 1911 was the first handbook which formally listed rules and regulations. Each Friday, mandatory devotional exercises were held at 3:30pm. And letters sent to the students at the College were not delivered, but readdressed and sent to the students' homes. Curfews were not listed until the Class of 1925' s handbook. All lights were to be out by 10:30pm each night, except for Saturdays, when the hours were extended until 12:00am. Freshmen were permitted to go out only during the weekend. All shades had to be drawn whenever a light was on. And men were expressly forbidden to smoke in the living rooms. By 1945, while curfews had been extended a bit, every student was required to sign in and out every time she left the dorm. No phone calls were allowed after 10pm. Students were forbidden to "indulge in 'sun bathing'" on either campus. Hats were to be worn on all trips downtown. In addition to smoking, ink was now banned from the living rooms. Rules hadn't changed much by 1955. For the first time, though, handbooks mentioned men by stating that they were not allowed in the students' rooms without permission from the head residents. Resident students were forbidden to consult a physician or receive treatment without the knowledge of the Director of Health at the College. Students were still required to sign in and out, according to the handbooks, by 1965. All alcohol was banned from campus. Students were allowed to use taxis only with their parents' permission. Under the section of etiquette, students were directed to rise whenever an older person entered the room, and reminded that "the gentleman is always presented to the lady. " On Sunday, dress day, no bermudas were allowed. Even as late as 1975, students still required permission to entertain overnight guests. Most other rules by this time had been relaxed, however, with students setting their own dorm rules and choosing their own standards of dress. 79 ■31 ■ttr K"9 — *-_ _, J n - a!!! . - r-« w, 4R^.. 80 FACULTY When Simmons College formally opened its doors in 1902, it was a school where "young women would be educat- ed in those arts, sciences, and indus- tries which would prepare them for an economically independent life." To achieve this, the College was organized into various technical schools. These in- cluded the schools of Household Eco- nomics, Secretarial Studies, Library Sci- ence, General Science, Social Workers, Public Health Nursing, the Prince School of Store Service, Landscape Ar- chitecture, and Physical Education. In addition to technical subjects, liberal arts were taught by the original faculty often, comprised of the president, dean, and eight full-time professors. In his book, Delayed by Fire, Simmons chemistry professor Kenneth L. Mark described the first Simmons educators in these words: "This was the Faculty whose problem was to administer a new kind of collegiate education for women. Youth was an out- standing characteristic of the group. None of them was yet fifty years old, and the average age was under thirty-five years ..." Of the first eight instructors, only one, the head of Library Science, was a woman. William J. Holmes President 82 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT SIMMONS COLLEGE October 21, 1982 To The Class of 1983: It seems like such a short time ago that you joined us, and now you are on your way. Quo vadis? It sounds like heresy, but a person I was talking with recently said, "I tell people not to plan their lives, they might succeed and close off their most interesting possibilities." When I objected that this sounded like chaos, he admitted that what had benefitted him was "improvisation on a general sense of di- rection . " One could do worse. Your time at Simmons, I hope, helped you with a sense of self-worth, it certainly helped you explore career possibilities and make some choices, it helped you I hope, to extend your knowledge of our civil- ization and to sensitize you to issues of social justice. These are certainly the basis for a "general sense of direction." But plan to include not exclude. Leave yourself room to breathe and to grow. Whether you go on to graduate school or not, do not shut yourself off from the world of learning. One of the great glories of our culture is that knowledge is everywhere accessible, and of our nation that democracy demands that its citizens be well informed. And to answer the question, where are you going; perhaps the destination is less important than the journey, where you get off the train less important than what you have seen along the way. It has been a pleasure to have had you here at Simmons and we all look forward to the interesting and worthwhile things you are going to do with your lives. Yours , William J. Holmes 83 Priscilla L. McKee Vice President Charlotte Morocco Dean 84 SIMMONS COLLEGE 300 THE FENWAY BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02 MS OIIK t OF THE DEAN October 26, 1982 Dear Members of the Class of 1983, A few years ago you accepted our invitation to join the Simmons community and to participate in what we believe is a unique educational opportunity. The formal part of that experience is almost over (or is_ over, depending upon when you found time to read this letter.) However, the most important part of your relationship with us is yet to come and that is the application of your learning to life's experiences and challenges. As you graduate, each of us wishes you the best of success and each of us shares in the pride of your accomplishments. But each of us also acknowledges that the work we started with you is unfinished. The task of completing your education now rests with you alone and with new associates, friends and colleagues. It is with assurance that we believe you have developed "the self- confidence and spirit of independence that will permit you to lead a rich personal life and the competence to become useful members of our society." It is the manner in which you apply these qualities that will continue throughout your life to unite you with the Simmons community. For that is the tradition of your education that will remain constant throughout changing times. Our pleasure has come from watching you begin; our reward will be received through your collective successes. My sincere best wishes, ^^ 'Hi Charlotte Morocco 85 Carole Watkins Associate Dean Admissions standing: Meg Moulton, Barbara O'Brien, Diane Dickerson, Joan Basile; sitting: Christine Bezreh, Barbara Cauchon, Ann Bowe, Sheila Oranch, Linda Maguire, Jillian Verspyck 86 HUMANITIES Charles Mackey Art and Music Bob Gronquist, Alicea Faxon, Tom Wallace, Robert Oppenheim; Missing: Dana Chandler English sitting: Robert Grant, Nancy Freeman, Lawrence Langer, Judith Wittenberg; standing: George Nitchie, Corinne Hirsch, Charles L'Homme, Doug Perry, William Manly, Richard Sterne; missing: David Gu- lette 87 Foreign Languages and Literature History Richard Lyman, John Hunter, Mark Solomon, Laurie Crumpacker, Henry Halko Philosophy Fritz Fleischmann, Helen Mamikonian, Betty Sole-Costa, Raquel Ferguson, Don McKeen, Nancy Hall, Maria Staulo, Wayne Ishikawa, Isabelle Dupeux, Celeste Kostopoulos, Susan Keane; missing: Louise Cohen, Mary Jane Treacy Carol Ochs Brad Art 88 Afro-American Studies at left: Marcia Holford (right in photo); missing: Floyd Barbour American Studies Richard Sterne %ttiKL Women's Studies sitting: Laurie Crumpacker, Sandra Williams, Martha Krow-Lucal; standing: Richard Lyman, Pam Bromberg, Judith Wittenberg, Caryl Good- win, Mary Osirim 89 SCIENCES Anne Coglan Dean Biology Chemistry Rachel Skvirsky, Louise Irwin, Sandra Williams, Karen Loehr, Richard Nickerson, Joel Piperberg; missing: Martha Berliner, Harland Sheering Leonard Soltzberg, Iclal Hartman, Phyllis Brauner, Jerry Bell, James Piper, Pete Bowers; missing: Mae Beck, Carolyn Spodick Mathematics standing: Josepha Yukich, Malini Pillai, Lynnell Stern, John Garberson, Barbara Schmidt, Robert Goldman; sitting: David Browder; missing: Margaret Menzin, Alica Schafer 90 Nursing sitting: Helen Fenstermacher, Denise Ross, Ann Lord, Alice Hosack; second row: Helen McLaughlin, Tish Thornley, Lois Schoppee, Elizabeth Howard, Martha Kleinerman; third row: Roberta Gantz, Maria Bueche, Nita Kim, Susan Blankenship; missing: Phyllis Moore, Penelope Glynn, Janice Mackin, Susan Wainger Nutrition Pat Kreutler, Nancy Herbold, Carole Dichter, Marion Mason; missing: Margaret Studier Physical Education Doris Olmstead, Mary Staley, Sheila Brown 91 Physical Therapy Janice Toms, Diane Jette, Lynne Wiesel, Lynn Palmer a r itfl L < Psychology below: Teresa Carterette, Diane Coulopoulos, Donald Thomas ' Wl* Ht^ * - . P^^^^ ,^fl Physics J. Edward Prenowitz, Constantine Dokos, Robert Vernon * ^ ^^^^^B ytyp ^ 1 R 4 X^, v » f A if / A k 1 J3£ ' #. ▼s x 1 S •-- i-Jt?^B^t / below: Peter Castle, Lillian Graysc j ■ w / / / 92 9 I ft SOCIAL SCIENCES y ~*y ~$P* ^ JBjBB John Robinson e . 11 Qj 9 fl Hk« 1 r '*«t^i^^ Mfe , L to W: Charles Ball, Alden Poole, Virginia Bratton, Lyn- da Beltz, Deborah Smiley; at left: Bob White; missing: Reggie Jackson, Margaret Bailey, Homer Jenks, Alden Wood, Peggy Loeb at right: Harriet Tolpin; be- low L to R: Gautam Chatter- jee, Don Basch, Barbara Saw- telle, Jim Bryan Communications ■*r s Economics 93 Education sitting: Sheila Newsome, Marvin Lew, Alice VanDeusen, Lydia Smith; standing: Georgia Noble, BJ Lates, Kathleen Lyman. Elizabeth Rawlins, June Wendroff; missing: Barbara Harrison, Helen Guttentag, Greg Maguire, Debra Mesch, Ruth Camm, Bard Hamlen, Judith Fischer, Maria Marolda, Matilda Mitsakos, Natalie Warshawer Government above: Hrach Gregorian, Carroll Miles, Deborah Miner 94 Management standing: Marlyn Mackey. Lucia Miree. Carl Clava- detscher, Linda Moore. Ron Boisjoly, John Pfaff, David Thomas; sitting: Bruce Warren. Katherine Bevacqua; missing: Leo Parente Prince Program in Retailing Sociology Caryl Goodman. Rachel Forman. Mary Osirim. Elaine Hagopian. Stephen London 95 Development Residence P w T~,p #vvl I ' i Mary Canavan, Thelma Marcus, Carol Dimirjian, Susan Rose Edelman, Gail Thacher, Agnes Connolly, Patricia Alves-Kemmett Mary Malloy, Carol Leary, Claire Ramsbottom Supportive Instructional Services Student Employment U Cc Student Activities above: Susan Stockton [ below: Susan Brown ^^^■■^■^t I_7 1 y*i "2\ Y\r*\ '7\ 1 £A 1/"1 standing: Laurice Maloley, Debi Doane, Lisa Mayer, Toshie Mancuso; !• II lClIldCll XlIU sitting: Helena Bonnell, Bonnie Galayda 96 Public Information Kate Kruschwitz, Linda Barringer, Liz Sullivan, Peggy Loeb Career Resources Placement Alumnae Affairs standing: Gwen Connor, Julie Paige, Janet Hanson; sitting: Kathy Battillo, Mary Jane Doherty Sponsored Programs Audrey Potter Joann Carroll, Nancy Bassett Donna Robinson Counseling Center standing: Ann Super, Jonathan Ehrenworth, Sue Vargo, Laurel Hennebury, Louise Christian; sitting: Suzanne Donnellan, Terri Chebot, Mark Aron, Maggie Downes, Lourdes Rodriguez-Nogus 97 98 Though a few Simmons traditions, such as Friday teas, Convocation, and May Breakfast, have been in existence almost since the founding of the Col- lege, other traditions have come and gone. The annual Freshman Frolic, when freshman dressed up as five-year- olds and "indulged in children's games, popcorn and ice cream cones, " was one such tradition. Others included the Ghost Walk (the yearly attempt by soph- omores on a certain October night to march through North and South Halls against a blockade of juniors), Christ- mas Vespers, the "Sophomore Shuffle" dance, and a mock wedding between members of the junior and freshman classes. Step-singing, which came into practice in front of South Hall in 1906, and Track Day (like our Spring Spree) have made a comeback at the College. The Senior Prom was held in the dining hall until 1933, when it was moved to a nearby hotel, much to the dismay of "some conservative authorities of the College." Adverse to the students' at- tending a dance "in so public a place and being accompanied there and back by their escorts," College officials re- quired them to assemble and proceed to the dance in specially chartered trol- ley cars. Like today, parties, receptions, and holiday celebrations helped round out the year's traditions for the first Sim- mons women. 100 FALL FEST September 23-25 Wild, Wild West Special dinner . . . Red Sox game . . . Mike Cross concert . . . dorm booths . . . the "World's Largest Cake" . . . hay rides and old fashioned car rides . . . the Apple Chill Cloggers . . . pie and hot pepper eating contests bar-b-q . . . the parties in Alumnae and Bartol Halls. 101 Senior-Alumnae Brunch Sunday, October 24, 1982 good food THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION cordially invites you to a CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH Sunday* October 24, 1982 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. THE FENS Commons Area 300 The Fenway 102 103 Founder's Day October 27, 1982 « 104 Convocation October 27, 1982 Wheelock Auditorium . . . Jerry Bell and "Why Should A Management Concentrator Take Chemistry" complete with experiments Induction of Academy . . . Reception in Alumnae Hall. 105 107 108 .XT* 1 ^^ ' 1 -j — -^ — v^ I 109 Mother-Daughter Weekend December 3-5 Wine Sip . . . uncheon at Faneuil Hall . . . 70° on December 4! . . . exploring Boston together . . . brunch at Pres. Holmes' house. m g r *+Mir*: < 111 A Mother's Words of Wisdom to her Daughter . . . Let me kiss the boo- boo . . . You don't eat enough to keep a bird alive . . . Did you clean your plate? ... Go outside and get some fresh air . . . How can you read in that light? . . . Can't you get that hair out of your face? . . . Where do you think you're going at this hour? ... I don't care if everyone else has one/does it/ is going . . . Who's going to clean this mess? . . . Money doesn't grow on trees ... Do I look like a maid/chauffer? . . . 112 Is that any way for a young lady to sit/ act/ talk/ look/ dress/ behave? . . . There are plenty of other fish in the ocean . . . You'd forget your head if it wasn't screwed on ... I suppose if all your friends jumped off a cliff, you would too . . . Wait till your father gets home ... All right, but don't tell your father . . . It'll clear up when you get older . . . You've got big bones . . . u \ Ai 40w^^M "Hi lMjL mi H Hi W \ XnL/ Ji5L ' * / 1 * 3 /r> v/>ap itr *^ll f *^a \ * / ■■b. i "^'(5*^^^«* ^^MMr J • • / ' ^^ r^ ^w 1 / 113 That's just baby fat . . . What do I know, I'm only your mother ... I just don't understand you any- more . . . This is just puppy love . . . Wait till you have a daughter of your own . . . Don't play with your food . . . Don't talk with your mouth full . . . Some day you'll thank me . . . TV 'v >;T> ir 114 Stand up straight . . . Clean your room . . . Take a sweater . . . I'm coming in there ... No daughter of mine is going to stay out all night/ dress like that ... As long as you live in my house, you'll live by my rules . . . No, and I mean it! . . . Be- cause I said so . . . We'll see . . . "I love you!'' <~ 118 Boston's Best and Worst restaurant Friday 's Bartol lounge/bar Cask 'n Flagon Who's On First ice cream store Steve 's no ice cream is bad! fraternity Sig Ep SAE pizza Uno's Boston House of Pizza seafood No-Names, Legals Legals hangout the Charles, Quincy Market Combat Zone radio station WBCN, Kiss 108 WCOZ, Kiss 108 119 120 121 122 Most of the current organizations at Simmons can trace their roots back al- most as far as the founding of the Col- lege. The Student Guild, comparable to our Student Government Association, was organized in 1912 "to promote the spirit of mutual helpfulness and service among the students of the College. " By 1 923, it was responsible for examining the constitutions of all organizations and chartering new groups. The Y. W.C.A., the largest religious group on campus, was joined by the Newman Club, the Menorah Society, the Unitar- ian Club, and the Christian Science Club. The first technical school club (similar to our liaisons) — the Ellen Richards Club, formed by members of the School of Science — was founded in 1 920 and was soon one of many clubs from nearly every Simmons school. The choir, glee club, and Mandolin Club united in 1913 to form the Musical Asso- ciation. By 1916, the Drama Club was putting on plays, usually in the dining hall. While sports had existed at Sim- mons since 1910, The Simmons Athletic Association wasn't started until 1911. Various other clubs, such as the Civic League, the Poetry Club, and the Debat- ing Society, became active throughout the 1920s. 124 -^ffhffc ■«. fl^*l >1 •tim i & OrVMU ft* ■ Bt *oSb 7 it SS J lf% Student Government Association Sharon Garlitz — Public Affairs Michelle Goldstein — Secretary Elena Gonzalez — Treasurer Susan Hall — 1 ^ad C.A. Elisabeth Harper — Advisor to Aca- demic Affairs Amy Kellem — Advisor to Liaisons Carol McLauren — BHO representa- tive Jayne Pullen — Advisor to Student Or- ganizations Anne Welch — President Class Officers class of 1983 Debra Sadugor — President Mary Jo Czarkowski — VP Anne Kingsley — Secretary Mary Maistros — Treasurer class of 1984 Sandi Metheny — President Karen Keane — VP Mary Lou Waterman — Secretary Karen Scott — Treasurer class of 1985 Linda Davidson — President Chris Pappas — VP Debbie Burns — Secretary Kate Breslin — Treasurer class of 1986 Susan Koch — President Sue Cohen — VP Lisa Schiff — Secretary Kim Strob — Treasurer 125 Microcosm above: Eileen Spillane, Advertising Editor at right: Lauri Wilson, Layout Editor Thanks to Randi Adler for helping Lauri 126 at left: Jacki Reilly, Circulation Manager below: Debbi Williams, Patrons and Fundraising Missing: Mary Jo Foley, Copy Editor Ann Gardner, Senior Section Editor 127 Student Activities Center 128 Dix Hall J^|iu Dorm Life . . . fire drills (in the middle of the night) . . . locked gates at 11 pm . . . 129 the Quad . . . moving in on a hot muggy day . . . coping with a roommate . . . £s A * 130 Pilgrim House crossing Brookline Ave. during rush hour . . . waiting hopefully for mail or a phone call . . . dorm parties . . . 0f tiE&.i 131 132 teas on Fridays at 4 pm . . . the walk to MCB through Emmanuel making good friends . . . back and forth . 133 Morse Hall 134 Gardner House having to walk a block just to eat at Bartol getting a single . . . gaining more independence . . . 135 136 Smith Hall 137 Mesick Hall Bartol food — special dinners — weekend bunch — Sunday's sundaes . . . having pizza delivered at night . . . 138 Simmons Hall all-nighters . . . "flushing" . . . saying good-bye for the summer. 139 Commuters Commuter Life . . . taking the "t" . . . carpooling . . . trying to find a parking space . . . Storrow Drive and the Mass Pike fighting traffic . . . the Fens . . . the Commuter Lounge . . . lockers . . . trying to be involved in activities. 141 Clubs . . . Clubs . . . Clubs . . . Dorm Government . . . Commuter Organi- zation . . . Notables . . . Chorale . . . WSIM . . . 142 143 £? F7 , *1 1 ■ — i — — i — — — .- - — - -LlilL 144 145 National Model United Nations . . . Women's Center Liaisons: the intermediary between students and faculty of a department. 146 Team: Carol Smith Ann Greenan Karen Scott Melina Magee Mary Lou Waterman Beth Abrams Linda Kobierski Phyllis Luce Beth DiNardo Barbara White Margie Kovich Holly Hutchinson Lisa Paulhaus Nancy Nearman Kristen Miller Coach: Suzanne Teuteberg Cross-Country Schedule: Stonehill Invitational Wheaton Invitational Rhode Island College Invitational Codfish Bowl M.I.T. Invitational Fitchburg Invitational New England Championships EAIAW/ECAC Championships Team: Phyllis Adams Lisa Crago Andrea Eras Jean Franze Lisa Goyette Susan Heath Terry Kollman Katie Krone Nancy Liebowitz Gaye Libert Coach: Jan Peterson Tennis Schedule: Scrimmage at Wellesley Merrimack Wheelock Babson Regis Eastern Nazarene Pine Manor UMass-Boston Wheaton Emmanuel Brandeis Endicott MAIAW State Championships Stonehill Suffolk Gordon M.I.T. New England Championships 147 Sailing Team: Meg Isaacson, Laurel Snyder, Lynne Brin- keroff, Kelley O'Neil, Mary Beth Wil- liams, Elizabeth Wilson, and Margaret Harrington «■ Schedule President's Trophy Man-Labs Trophy Captain's Cup Women's Invitational Single-handed Championship Victorian Coffee Urn 148 Crew Varsity: Mary O'Connell, Harriet Lurensky, Dierdre DiNapoli, Anna Bachman, Ann Watson, Rochelle Wolfe, Deann McGrath, Patty Casaprima, Heidi Carter, Claire Melville, and Lora Childers; Coach Pat Curnan Novice: Sue Morse, Joanne Beswick, Kim Manchester, Suzanne Murphy, Carolyn Bussey, Pam Huntsman, Alice Sollami, Cindy Doane, Roxanne LaRochelle, Jill Mooradian, Heidi Harkins, Michelle LeFort, Laura Wilkinson, Sue Laub, Jen Coulter, Wendy Larsen, Carrie Kimball, Jody Balnab, Julie Schaeffer, Sue Clemenski, and Sue Brodski 0fe-» Schedule Mount Holyoke Women's Regatta Head-of-the-Charles 149 Field Hockey WON LOST Nichols Simmons W.N.E. Simmons Tufts Simmons Simmons M.I.T. Framingham Simmons Simmons Endicott Simmons Wheelock Simmons Pine Manor Anna Maria Simmons Simmons Fitchburg Standing: Pam Parker, Lisa Vigneau, Paula Callhoun, Jennifer Hare. Jennifer Stoner. Lene Co- peane. Marie Fagnet, Lorene Philbrick, and Karen Keane. Kneeling: Carol Collins and Laura Ball. Missing: Brigitte Boulette, Margaret Mclnnis, Kathy Phillips, Cathy Cox. Coach Sylvia Goodman, and Asst. Coach Kristie Cotis. 150 Volleyball Team: Janet Charron, Dawn Crane. Tracy Fairplay. Danielle Hampton. Kerry Huard. Denise Lieberman. Laura Malvin, Margaret Murray, Elizabeth Peet, Laurie Prewandowski, Christin Ranney, Carrie Vanstadt. Pam Wheeler, Amy Wilson, and Lauri Wilson WON LOST Simmons UMass-Boston W.New England Simmons Simmons Worcester State Simmons Fitchburg State Simmons Babson Wheaton Simmons Simmons Clark Simmons Merrimack Simmons Lasell Brandeis Simmons Regis Simmons Simmons Framingham State Simmons Endicott Simmons Worcester Poly- tech Simmons Bradford W.New England Simmons Simmons North Adams State Simmons UMass-Boston 151 152 154 • r ft 4 / 7Bc b>es>t mo.V\ <^ 155 156 PATRONS I DIRECTORY MARCELA AGUILUZ Col. Palmira 4TA CLL. 325 Tegucigalpa, Horduras Central America SHERI AHERN 95 Meadowbrook Road N. Chelmsford, MA 01863 JANE J. ALESSANDRINI 3 Hampton Road Stoneham, MA 02180 HEATHER A. ANDERSON Candlewick Main Street Mont Vernon, NH 03057 CAROL E. ANSTADT 13908 82nd Terrace North Seminole, FL 33542 SHEILA M. ANTHONY 104 Westminster Avenue Syracuse, NY 13210 TANYA A. ARPIARIAN 209 Elmfield Street W. Hartford, CT 06105 NANCY ASBED1AN 16 Lido Lane Bedford, MA 01730 JAN Z. 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RENDER 138 Main Street Watertown, MA 02172 LIZBETH RICHARDS 59 Thompson Lane Milton, MA 02187 PAM RICHMAN 13 Spoondrift Lane Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 DIANE M. RINGER 205 Ruthellen Road Bellingham, MA 02019 ANNE B. RITTENBERRY 57 Brooklands Farm Road Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 SUSAN T. RITVO 20 Spruce Hill Road Weston, MA 02193 JOANNE RIZZOTTO 26 Saunders Street N. Weymouth, MA 02191 DEBORAH J. ROBIE 11 Spillers Lane Ipswich, MA 01938 FABIENNE V. ROBINSON 9 Braddock Park Road Boston, MA 02116 WENDY B. ROGOVIN 1975 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06515 CARLA M. ROMERO 800 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 10451 KAREN ROOPE 11 Singingwood Drive Haverhill, MA 01830 WENDY E. ROTH 2103 Lavaca Road Jacksonville, FL 32217 MARIA A. ROWEN 24 Huron Street Lynn, MA 01902 NANCY ROZEN 8 Kolbert Drive Scarsdale, NY 10583 ADELE R. RUBENSTEIN 42 Himoor Circle Randolph, MA DEBRA C. RUBENSTEIN 3838 Enfield Skokie, IL 60076 JULIE L. RUSSIN 715 West 49th Street Miami Beach, FL 33140 EILEEN M. 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SLOMOWITZ 313 Sylbert Drive Kingston, PA 18704 JOANNE SLUSKA 28 Central Avenue N. Babylon, NY 11703 PATRICIA M. SMILE 9 Anthony Drive E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 164 DIRECTORY CAREN E. SMITH 15 Carol Avenue Brookline, MA 02146 CAROL A. SMITH 129 Boardman Avenue Norfolk, MA 02056 LISA M. SMITH 57 Bess Road Needham, MA 02192 MARJORIE H. (BONNIE) SMITH 7 Eighth Street Cambridge, MA PATTI L. SMITH RFD #2 Box 35 Waterville, ME 04901 JOANNE L. SOLOMON 10620 Great Arbor Potomac, MD 20854 ELISA SPAGNUOLLO 8 Caccamo Lane Westport, CT 06880 CYNTHIA SPENCER 97 Wylde Wood Road Easton, CT 06612 PATRICIA A. SPERANDIO 280 Hillberg Avenue Brockton, MA 02401 EILEEN J. SPILLANE 22 Gibson Street Dorchester, MA 02122 A. LAURIE SPRINGER 1328 Round Oak Center McLean, VA 22101 GRETA L. STADTLANDER 134 Pine Brook Road Carlisle, MA 01741 LOUISE M. STALKER 9 Devonshire Drive Barrington, RI 02806 SHARI STEINBRICK 31 Lobsterback Road Trombull, CT 06611 LAUREN S. STERLING 5451 Nassau Circle Englewood, CO 80110 SEANNA STODDARD 6 College Avenue Medford, MA 02115 JOANNE M. SULLIVAN 9 Orange Street Newburyport, MA 01950 CAROLYN SUPPLE 105 Petersborough Street Boston, MA 02215 CAROL ANN SUTER 15 Hemlock Drive Medway, MA 02053 NANCY K. SUTTON West Road Belgrade, ME 04917 DEIRDRE M. SWEENEY 42 Clipper Way Bristol, RI KAREN S. TABAK 1 Templar Way Livingston, NJ 07039 PAMELA J. TALANIAN 54 Old Farm Road Milton, MA 02186 MARY TIBERI 181 Thayer Farms Road Attleboro, MA 02703 HELENE A. TOMLINSON 96 Sterling Street Brooklyn, NY 11225 CHERYL L. TOOKER 472 Ellis Place Wyckoff, NJ 07481 NANCY A. TOSCANO 40 Fairmount Avenue Somerville, MA 02144 PAMELA TOTTEN 37 Potter Pond Lexington, MA 02173 SUSAN TRAVERSO 86 Randall Avenue Weymouth, MA TERI LEE TRAVIS 160 River Street Norwell, MA 02061 SUSAN L. TROIANO 325 Plymouth Street Whitman, MA 02382 LORAINE D. TROTTER 3523 East 147th Street Cleveland, OH 44120 KAREN A. TRUDEAU 571 Pularski Boulevard Bellingham, MA 02019 SHERRIE TUCK 99 Brattle Street Cambridge, MA 02138 CHERYL T. TUMBLIN 192 Salem Street Medford, MA 02155 NANCY C. TURNIER 3332 83rd Place Tulsa, OK 74136 ANNE F. TZETZO 163 Deerhurst Park Boule- vard Kenmore, NY 14217 MARY ELLEN S. VALYO 38 Primrose Avenue Floral Park, NY 11001 KATHLEEN VAN PETER- SILGE 19 Cedar Mill Lane Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 KAREN J. VARDARO 117 Upham Street Melrose, MA 02176 LYN F. VAUGHN 1443 Beacon Street Brookline, MA 02146 MARLIESE S. VOGEL 10 Cottage Street Cambridge, MA 02139 DEBORAH A. WALLACE 6 Oakland Street Medway, MA 02053 JEANNE M. WALLACE 24 Whittier Road Natick, MA 01760 MARY E. WALSH 10 Roanoke Avenue Boston, MA 02130 ANN S. WATSON 1185 Park Avenue New York, NY 10028 WENDY S. WAY Box 147 Cataumet, MA 02534 MELISSA J. WEEKS 196 Thoreau Street Concord, MA 01742 CYNTHIA M. WEIL 110 Ladue Pines St. Louis, MO 63141 MICHELLE G. WEINER 364 Brocdorf Drive Cincinnati, OH 45215 ANNE WELCH 50 Callingham Road Pittsford, NY 14534 BARBARA J. WHITE 1001 Old Pecos Trail Santa Fe, NM 87501 165 DIRECTORY MAUREEN A. WHITLEY 345 Pond Street Westwood, MA 02090 DEBRA J. WILLIAMS 78 Metacomet Street Belchertown, MA 01007 ELIZABETH G. WILLIAMS 15 Chase Avenue Lexington, MA 02173 DIANA S. WILSON 5 Grassmere Avenue Winchester, MA 01890 ANN MARIE WISE 13 Sherwood Drive Poughkeepsie, NY ROCHELLE WOLFE 111 Princeton Road Brookline, MA 02167 PENNY J. WURTZ 10 Dairy Road Greenwich, CT 06830 DEBRA L.S. YAMPOL 2957 W. Fitch Chicago, IL 60645 GEORGIANN ZAGLAKAS 18 Pickerel Road Wellesley, MA 02181 GABRIELLE A. ZALE 139 Gaylor Road Scarsdale, NY 10583 TEENA D. ZOULAS 5 Lynde Brook Drive Leicester, MA 01524 CONNIE ZUJEVIC 395 Reservoir Avenue Revere, MA 02151 SARA ARNOLD 10 Oakland Avenue Somerville, MA 02145 Addendum LAURICE MALOLEY 30 Moville Street West Roxbury, MA 02132 ANN NIAKAROS 41 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090 ELIZABETH TRUE 51 Boylston Street Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 ROSEMARIE DONOVAN 14 Guernsey Street Roslindale, MA 02131 STEPHANIE KADOHATA 65C Dana Street Cambridge, MA 02138 BEATRICE MORSE 16 Porter's Cove Road Hingham, MA 02043 ELSA NERVIK 135 Nola Drive Holden, MA 01520 NANCY PIERCE 101 Beacon Street Boston, MA 02116 WINNIE RUBINO 78 Addington Road Brookline, MA 02146 CHARLOTTE HETT 2-03 Pheasant Hollow Drive Plainsboro, NJ 08536 166 I 167 GOLDEN Drs. Marcia & Bill Barton Cindy, Joe, & Allison Benedict Jean & Leo Benson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Ceraso Mr. & Mrs. Thomas V. Crawford Mr. & Mrs. John W. Czarkowski Mr. & Mrs. Gennaro L. Farina Fred Gallagher Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gilmore Mr. & Mrs. Irving Goldenberg Mr. & Mrs. John Grado Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Green Mr. & Mrs. F. Raymond Hardy Mr. & Mrs. Gerald L. Hardy William J. Holmes Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Ikerd Dr. & Mrs. Theodore Jacobs Mr. & Mrs. F.H. Joseph Dr. & Mrs. George Lopatin Linda Cox Maguire Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Manasevit Sandra Manshel 168 PA TRONS Mr. & Mrs. John J. McArdle Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. McCarthy Priscilla L. McKee Warren & Joan McMullen Mr. & Mrs. William K. Meahl Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Milroy Charlotte Morocco Mr. & Mrs. J. Harold Nissen Julie Paige Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Peterson Mr. & Mrs. I. Pilson Mr. & Mrs. Walter Prewandowski Mr. & Mrs. D.J. Saraceno Mr. & Mrs. Marvin L. Slomowitz Mr. & Mrs. Harry M. Sterling Mr. & Mrs. John T. Sutton Mr. & Mrs. John S. looker Ellenor T. Trull Mr. & Mrs. Peter N. Way Ethan & Janet Welch Mr. &Mrs. F.W. Wise Mr. & Mrs. Jack Wurtz 169 170 PATRONS Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ball Mr. & Mrs. William J. Barron Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Chapnik Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Clemente Anthony P. & Mary Ann Costantino Mr. & Mrs. James P. Downs Mr. & Mrs. John J. Flanagan Mr. & Mrs. Arthur S. Galvin Mr. & Mrs. Paul Gaulin Richard & Christine Harrison Bill & Nelda Hayes Mr. & Mrs. James Imbrogna Mr. & Mrs. Richard LeBlanc Miriam & Morris Levin Edna & W.F. MacLeod Georgia T. Noble Stephen P. O'Malley Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Powell Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Ray Earl J. Romero Dr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Scali Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Sluszka Clayton R. Stalker Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Supolsky Mr. & Mrs. James White 171 Everything has its season, Everything has its time, Show me a reason and I'll show you a rhyme. Cats fit on the window sill, Children fit in the snow. Why do I feel I don't fit in anywhere I go? Rivers belong where they can ramble, Eagles belong where they can fly; I've got to be where my spirit can run free Got to find my corner of the sky. Every man has his daydreams, Every man has his goals, People like the way dreams have of Sticking to the soul. Rain comes after thunder, Winter comes after fall. Sometimes I think I'm not after anything at all Rivers belong where they can ramble, Eagles belong where they can fly; I've got to be where my spirit can run free Got to find my corner of the sky. Pippin — Best Wishes of Success and Happiness The Senior Class Officers 173 ii GOOD LUCK PROUD TO BE YOUR FOOD SERVICE 174 COPPERFIELDS Entertainment & Dancing Featuring Gordie Milne, Rhythm Method r Congratulations to the Class of 1983 HOFFMAN FLORIST Kenmore Square r i Congratulations to the Class of 1983 from Ruby*s Place Home of the famous Ruby's sub* *(. . . and soda, candy, cookies, chips . . .) J V. 175 r Congratulations to the Class of 1983 from the Cask 'n Flagon 62 Brookline Avenue SIMMONS COLLEGE BOOKSTORE mWM Congratulations to the Class of 1983 176 CONGRA TULA TIONS! YOU'RE NOW A PART OF THE SIMMONS CONNECTION BEST WISHES FROM THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION \n a The truth is found when we are free to pursue it. " - Franklin Delano Roosevelt Seniors, we will miss you! Arnold Hall Dix Hall Evans Hall Gardner House MesickHall Morse Hall North Hall Pilgrim House Simmons Hall Smith Hall South Hall 178 The Simmons College Club of Cape Cod Congratulates Heather Atwood Carol Hannigan Elizabeth O'Brien and other Members of the Class of 1983 Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Plymouth, Buzzard's Bay Bourne, Sagamore, and Cape Cod "\ r Congratulations and WELCOME TO THE CLUB! Sheri Ahern Cheryl Burns Audrey Fredette Shatyn Hardy Lisa Hawley Laurie Hill Patricia Kavanagh Merrimack Valley Simmons Club Lowell Dracut Andovcr Westford Chelmsford Billerica N. Andover Tyngsboro N. Chelmsford N. 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Love and Kisses, Linda, Val, Beth, Cindy, Heidi, Hilary, Stacy, Laurie, Karen, Carolyn, Stacey, Donna, Andrea, Mary, Susan, Melissa, Jamie, Felicia, Julie, Donna, Kris, Beth, Rebecca, Jacqueline, Georgia, Debbie, Susanne, Deb, Beth, Jan, Tina, Liz, Harriet, Patty, Ann, Sharon, Diana, Janet, Kim, Kate, Eileen, Maire, Jill, Jennifer, Lisa, Carol, Ana, Stephanie, Holly, Claudia, Amy, Page, Jotima, Angela, Carrie, Jennifer, Elaine, Lasaundra, Eileen, Nancy, Gretchen, Nancy, Margaret, Russell, Alicia, Margaret, Kim, Stacey, Marie, Mary Ellen, Judy, Tammy, Dori, Melissa, Nancy, Suanne, Cathy, Beth, Julie, Liz, Dawn, Lisa, Cris, Beth, Michelle, Liz, Ginny, Lisa, Beth, Nate, Lynn, Beth, Joanne, Susan, Irene, Andrea, Anya, Lauren, Tracy, Lina, Toyoko, Barbara, Alyssa, Tracey, Melinda, Debbie, Jennifer, Diane, Pixie, Laurie, Beth, Peggy, Debbie, Stephanie, and Pam. 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Mary Blomfield Becky Clock Shayna Cotler Carolyn Dazzo Ivy Downs Monica Farinella Susan Gaylord Melissa Joseph and others in Cheryl Levin Lauren Manshel Heather Mcllreath Jill Nevins Victoria Noyes Jane Peterson Karen Tabak Cheryl Tooker the Class of 1983 187 ( ^ We Proudly Acknowledge, With Thanks Your Selection of Us As Your Official Photographers Hookailo Studio At The Brook House Fine Distinctive Photography 44 Washington St. Brookline Village, Mass. 02146 738-4960 For All Future Photography, Including Wedding and Family Photographs, Remember Our Gift To You Melvin F. Hookailo, A.S.P., C.P.P. Boston's Only Master of Photography Craftsman Listed in Who's Who in the East 1976 through 1983 188 189 190 >t r ■\ r J v \ and support deadlirves<-bn tin ftr his k^fcp°^ gnc ^ sibrdnd ShouWe^ and. 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